Sea-surface temperatures at the sub-Antarctic islands Marion and Gough during the past 50 years

@inproceedings{Melice2003SeasurfaceTA,
  title={Sea-surface temperatures at the sub-Antarctic islands Marion and Gough during the past 50 years},
  author={J-L. Melice and Johann R. E. Lutjeharms and Mathieu Rouault and Isabelle Jane Ansorge},
  year={2003}
}
Sea-surface temperatures (SSTs) have been measured at Marion and Gough islands for nearly 50 years. These are some of the longest records of their kind in the sub-Antarctic. We present the trend, the seasonal cycle, and the time-frequency characteristics of the SST for both islands, which rose by 1.4°C at Marion Island and by 0.5°C at Gough Island over the 50-year period. Intermittent temperature oscillations, with periods of between 1 and 5 years, were observed throughout the record. A 5-year… CONTINUE READING

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